Does your vinyl floor need repairing
Invariably one can’t get an exact match with new and old vinyl and therefore you have the choice of repairing the floor with a standard patch which will make it look like an old patched floor
Repairing and recolouring the floor and encapsulating the repair with polyethylene wear layers giving you a new floor at a quarter of the price of a replacement floor or thirdly disguise the repairs by making the circular repairs part of a designer floor.
To discuss the options in more detail ring your local Citrus Floorcare branch
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This popular children’s nursery in The portobello district of Edinburgh saved thousands of pounds as a result of the team at Citrus being able to restore their marmoleum floors by cleaning them and adding a polyethylene satin wear layer to the floor negating the need to rip out the old tired looking floor and replacing them. Because it took so long to find an installer that would carry out the minor repairs prior to the overall restoration, our staff having spent a week down at Floorskills in Solihull learning the basic techniques and are now proficient in sub floor preparation, self levelling screeds and additives,
Vinyl welding, repairs and replacement.
Therefore the next time a client requires a vinyl floor restored and it has a few issues, like broken welds and small areas that are beyond repair and need replacing the team at Citrus can off this a a complete vinyl restoration service
When would we recommend restoring a marmoleum floor and only apply a sacrificial dressing rather than the more permanent solution, of a polyethylene wear layer by Dr Schutz?
This property is a case in point, 9 out of 10 times we would recommend cleaning the floors then apply a clear polyethylene wear layer to the floors (usually with a satin sheen, however mat and gloss are available).
This property will be up for sale in the next week and the owner wanted to revitalise the floors knowing that we would be applying a sacrificial dressing which would give the desired result in the short to medium term requiring periodic maintenance.
Our client was astounded at the results
She said “ The floor looked amazing, I don’t know how you did it but they look brand new “
If you have pulled up carpets to reveal floorboards that are cupped in places, have some damage and have a horrible thick dark lacquer on them, can they be restored?
The answer is invariably Yes